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Re: OK, Christmas is over and it is time to talk aroids!

  • Subject: Re: OK, Christmas is over and it is time to talk aroids!
  • From: Geneviève Ferry <jpcferry2@wanadoo.fr>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:20:02 +0100


How strange!
Great minds think alike
The temperature is negative and it's snowing right now. I am currently reading the newsletter because I am  in vacations for Christmas.

Yes, I am very interested in the article by Taylor that I just read this afternoon.
I agree with Steve Lucas and I encouraged him to continue Taylor. Congratulations Taylor.  Many thanks !
Happy Near Year
Geneviève Ferry
Sent: Monday, December 27, 2010 10:08 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: [Aroid-l] OK, Christmas is over and it is time to talk aroids!

I would like to wish all of you a Happy New Year but at the same time 
I'd like to encourage you to begin again to talk aroids!

I heard little response to the recent release of the IAS Newsletter in 
early December but especially wanted to thank one of our youngest 
Aroiders, Taylor Holzer, for all his efforts.  Taylor authored a great 
first article for the IAS Newsletter and just in case you have yet to 
join I wanted you to read what he had to say.

Taylor has amassed a great collection for his young age and I copied his 
entire article for you to read.  Just think, if you were a member you 
would have received this via email some weeks ago along with another 
four issues next year plus the IAS journal Aroideana.

Thanks Taylor!  Personally, I am very proud of your efforts and you 
should be as well!  We need a lot more young members just like you!  And 
thanks very much to Albert and Carla for all their work in preparing the 


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